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Highlights of Black Hat Asia 2020
Thank you to everyone who attended the first virtual Black Hat Asia event. This year, over 2,400 members of the InfoSec community from around the world came together for original talks, advancing courses and community building, all in a new virtual platform.
See our show highlights and resourceful link below:
Trainings offered a variety of virtual courses in 2-day and 4-day formats on Tracks ranging from PenTesting, Malware, Network and more. Interested in attending future Trainings? These popular Trainings will be offered in the same format at Black Hat Europe, December 7-10.
Gaurav Keerthi kicked off Day 1 of Briefings with his Keynote "Engineering Cybersecurity for a Nation: What Singapore is Learning from Cars and Sanitation".
Daniel Gruss kicked off Day 2 of Briefings with his Keynote "Complexity Killed Security".
Briefings took place across 17 Tracks, covering a wide array of relevant InfoSec topics from the future of cybersecurity in Singapore and the rise of spy cameras and to the latest exploit techniques.
- Follow the Black Hat YouTube channel for Briefings videos as they're uploaded
Arsenal welcomed more than 30 open-source tools for virtual demonstrations. Presenters introduced tools across 15 different tracks, including Open Source Intelligence, Network Defense, Mobile Hacking and Exploitation and Ethical Hacking. View Arsenal Tools Lineup
The Business Hall hosted many insightful sessions on managing data breaches, how to keep remote workers secure, the latest technology must-haves and more. Check out Sponsored Session abstracts here
Features included community sessions, diversity meet-ups, guided yoga and meditation, networking events and more. View the Features Schedule here.